Describing the plot of this movie, where one serial killer helps a trainee FBI agent catch another, does not do justice to how spectacularly well made and acted it is.
Those who know Jessica Walter’s work on “Arrested Development” may be interested in her early performance as a crazy stalker terrorizing Clint Eastwood’s handsome jazz DJ.
Jimmy Stewart becomes obsessed with watching his neighbors live their lives through his window, and maybe we do too.
Scorsese’s portrait of the classic lone wolf white male remains highly acclaimed, but I wonder if it hasn’t done more harm than good.
Alfred Hitchock’s sort of crazy little thriller basically invented the slasher genre and is still studied by film nuts sixty years later.
The car chase is justly famous, but these days its cops with a “shoot first ask questions later” attitude are extremely hard to root for.
A vast conspiracy is set to bring down the government, and only Frank Sinatra can stop it.
This early slasher film defined the tropes of the genre and started a string of sequels that’s still happening
This horror hit was known for its final twist, but somehow still holds up 21 years later.
Perhaps Hitchcock’s weirdest, most dream-like film, it makes no sense, but it also might be perfect.